|Ryan Jordan and Luke Moss - Live From the Crystal World Salon|
Improvised noise performance using homemade sound sources created for the Crystal World Laboratory. This performance took place at the Crystal World Laboratory salon event, on 21st July 2012. Artists who had been investigating and experimenting in the lab over the course of a week presented their results. Here, Ryan was performing using a simple electrical model of a neuron, with various chemical solutions emiting voltages which were then amplified...
Keywords: Ryan Jordan; Luke Moss; Dybbuk; Hekate; Noise; Improv; Crystal World; Lorah Pierre; Graham Dunning
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|Dunning x Testrack x Fisher - Triangle|
Sound artists Graham Dunning and Gary Fisher with producer and electronic musician Testrack improvising three tracks of bass-heavy drone at the Penthouse artist space in Manchester, April 2013.More info:Graham DunningTestrackGary Fisher
Keywords: Drone; noise; ambient; doom; Graham Dunning; Gary Fisher; Testrack; Penthouse; doom; tape; improv; improvised; lo-fi; bass; improv; electronic; synth; Graham Dunning; Gary Fisher; Testrack; noise; doom; Penthouse; Manchester; improv; improvised; experimental
|Asteroid - Koronis - Asteroid|
Asteroid - Koronis Asteroid is a changing group of improvising musicians formed in 2011. This release is a live recording of a performance on 16th June 2011 at The Others, Stoke Newington, London. Lineup: JO THOMAS / laptop / electronics / effects KEVIN QUIGLEY / synth / percussive guitar / effects GRAHAM DUNNING / turntables / objects / electronics NABIL AHMED / bass / effects
Keywords: Jo Thomas; Kevin Quigley; Graham Dunning; Nabil Ahmed; Improvisation; noise; improv; sound art; sci-fi; live electronics; synth; turntables; electronics; drone; Asteroid
|Graham Dunning - Recompiled 2010 - 2011|
Graham Dunning: Recompiled 2010-2011 A selection of drone, improv, noise, doom, abstract, field recording and found sound tracks by artist Graham Dunning played at exhibitions, on radio shows and released on compilations in 2010 and 2011. "My working practice deals with temporality, memory and narrative through sound, performance and installation. I am interested in people's discarded memories and the function of archiving...
Keywords: Graham Dunning; noise; improv; drone; doom; records; vinyl; ambient; dark ambient; found sound; field recording; tape; tape music; acousmatic; drone; static; radio; art; sound art; sound
|James Alaska and Graham Dunning - Contenmer - James Alaska, Graham Dunning|
James Alaska and Graham Dunning - Contenmer Improvised drone and ambient music from composer-musician James Alaska and sound artist Graham Dunning. The track features record crackle, drawn out tones, FM static and minimally processed live environmental sound. The sessions were recorded in March 2010 in Manchester, on the ninth floor of a 1960s towerblock. James Alaska used a Nord Rack synth, Kaos pad, FM radio, mixer and delay pedal...
Keywords: Improvisation; Improv; Drone; Electronic; Sound Art; Turntablism; Vinyl; Radio; Synth; Synthesizer; Ambient; Sound; Art; Musique Concrete; James Alaska; Graham Dunning; The Alaska None; VLK
|Damo Suzuki and God Don't Like It Ensemble - Live at Cafe Oto|
Full live performance from legendary vocalist Damo Suzuki backed by an ensemble of nine musicians. The set spans noise, drone, motorik rhythms, ambient soundscapes, rock and funk. Recorded live at Cafe Oto, Dalston, London on 8th July 2011. Performed by Damo Suzuki with Chris Cook, Graham Dunning, James S Finn, Alice French, Marcus Hamblett, Justin Paton, Craig Tamlin, Georgina Treloar & Koichi Yamanoha...
Keywords: Damo Suzuki; Graham Dunning; James S Finn; Alice French; Marcus Hamblett; Justin Paton; Craig Tamlin; Georgina Treloar; Koichi Yamanoha; Anthony Chalmers; God Don't Like It; Cafe Oto; Improvisation; Improv; Free Improv; Noise; Krautrock; Motorik
|Open Sound Group - Power Lunches|
On Monday 5th March 2012, 10 musicians, artists and performers met at Power Lunches, a cafe in Dalston, for the third Open Sound Group networking and improv event. Participants were Carlos Slazenger, Ingrid Plum, Andrea Night of Pan, Joshua Legallienne, Nielsen, Dolly Dollycore, Ron Briefel, Verity Spott, Kevin Quigley and Graham Dunning. This release is a document of the recordings made at the event...
Keywords: Open Sound Group; Carlos Slazenger; Ingrid Plum; Andrea Night of Pan; Joshua Legallienne; Nielsen; Dolly Dollycore; Ron Briefel; Verity Spott; Kevin Quigley; Graham Dunning; drone; improv; noise; free improv; free improvisation; voice; diddley bow; live electronics
|Graham Dunning - Topaz - Graham Dunning|
Graham Dunning is an artist and experimental musician based in London, UK. For Topaz, Dunning used cassettes from his archive of found footage, live sampling from a single walkman into three cheap delay units to create this rhythmical college. The recording was made live in one take as an experiment into these techniques as a format for live performance. For more information visit www.grahamdunning.com.
Keywords: Graham Dunning; sound art; live electronics; tape; tapes; cassette; found footage; found sound; sampling; live looping; live sampling; cassette tapes; voices; drone; rhythm; drums; noise; doom; ambient; dark ambient
|Open Sound Group - Penthouse - Open Sound Group|
Recordings from the fifth OSG open workshop at The Penthouse, an artist led project space in Manchester's Northern Quarter, 11th April 2013. Participants were Debbie Sharp, Rosanne Robertson, Gary Fisher, Coryn Smethurst, Louise Woodcock, Rose Niland and Graham Dunning. These recordings feature instruments including found tapes; feedback; lap steel guitar; bass guitar; radio; interference; vocal improvisation; found objects; percussion; sheet metal; hammers; pieces of wood...
Keywords: Debbie Sharp; Rosanne Robbertson; Gary Fisher; Coryn Smethurst; Louise Woodcock; Graham Dunning; Rose Niland; Manchester; Penthouse; Noise; Drone; Improv; Free Improv; Improvisation; Open Sound Group; Sound; Art; Sound Art; Drone; metal; outsider; noises; artists; found tapes; feedback; lap steel guitar; bass guitar; radio; interference; vocal improvisation; found objects; percussion; sheet metal; hammers; pieces of wood; Rosanne Robertson; Gary Fisher; Coryn Smethurst; Louise Woodcock; Rose Niland; Graham Dunning; improv; improvised; ree improv; noise; drone; electroacoustic; concrete; sound art; vocal; industrial; art; sound
|Open Sound Group - Tape Music|
The fourth Open Sound Group event was held at Elevator Gallery, Hackney Wick on 16th September 2012 and featured seven artists and musicians experimenting with analogue tape. This release documents recordings from the event. Participants: Daniel Adeyemi, Melanie Clifford, Graham Dunning, Emily Evans, Gary Fisher, Henry Holmes, Simon Reuben White. Illustrator and visual artist Emily Evans also made some images during the event, included in the download...
Keywords: Open Sound Group; Daniel Adeyemi; Melanie Clifford; Graham Dunning; Emily Evans; Gary Fisher; Henry Holmes; Simon Reuben White; Elevator Gallery; Tape Music; Cassette; Analogue Tape; analog tape; analog; analogue; improv; improvised music; tape edits; sound; sound art; experimental; noise; drone; feedback; tape loops; tape; loops; loop
|Open Sound Group - Warehouse One|
Open Sound Group - Warehouse One Four improvised recordings from changing improvising ensemble, Open Sound Group. Rhythm, drone, spoken word, small sounds and noise. The second OSG event, these tracks were recorded in a warehouse in Manor House, London, in late August 2011. The session was run as an open workshop with players invited to experiment with new ideas, new instruments and new ways of making sounds...
Keywords: OSG; Open Sound Group; improvisation; improv; drone; noise; free jazz; live electronics; prepared piano; turntables; home made instruments; James Alaska; Tom Mudd; Andrea Night of Pan; Colin Webster; David Gadsdon; Jonas Golland; Sharen Sum; Justin Paton; Carlos Slazenger; Caveman Joe; Cathy Gerber; Graham Dunning
|Various Artists - All Sensation Is Already Memory|
A compilation of sound art, drone, improvisation, noise, spoken word, sound poetry and other sonic experiments. Contributors were asked to respond to the following quote from Henri Bergson: "The pure present is an ungraspable advance of the past devouring the future. In truth, all sensation is already memory." The release is compiled either to play as a continuous album, or in three separate LP length sections; tracks are numbered accordingly...
Keywords: Kipple; Simon Dell; Murmurists; Stuart Russell; Philip Davenport; Stereo Surrealist; Graham Dunning; Ingrid Plum; Travis Johnson; Dolly Dollycore; Andy Ingamells; Amie Slavin; Alabaster de Plume; Paddy Steer; Now; Matthew Lee Knowles; oMMM; OU_pi Golgotha.undead; Richard Knight; Christos Fanaras; Trapezoid; Greg Healey; Guy Harries; Noise Research; aas; Clutter; cupMT; Matt Dalby; Sonia PaÃ§o-Rocchia; Daz Disley; improv; improvisation; free jazz; live electronics; synthesizers; synth; drone; noise; field recordings; sound poetry; spoken word; timestretch; farfisa; organ; vinyl; dubplates; feedback; delay; noise; prepared piano; silence; rainfall; electronics; fluxus; performance; sound art; art; tape music; acousmatic; soft noise; computer speech; poetry; street noise; performance; bassoon; loops; live looping; dsp
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